Natalie Barney Jewellery Design is a Sydney-based jewellery store specialising in fine handmade jewellery.
Choose from our existing range, create your own unique design or shop online with free delivery to your home or work. Experience our exceptional service and high quality workmanship.
Here is a selection of diamond and coloured gemstone engagement rings, wedding rings, dress rings, bracelets, earrings, pendants and necklaces. All designs can be customised to suit your specific requirements including stone sizes, price range, metal colours etc…
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"Dear Natalie. From the very beginning you have given us both support and your valuable time. We are smitten with both rings and we will always think of you when anything is needed from a clean to a..."
"When you have your nails done in Neutral Bay these days you’re faced with two huge photos of gorgeous rings designed by Natalie Barney – her jewellery shop is next door! For a very long time I was mesmerised..."
"After seven years together, deciding to finally get engaged was not a big decision for us – as a gay couple, choosing the right jeweller was. Natalie and Rachael made the whole experience an absolute joy!"
"Natalie and Rachael exceeded our expectations every step of the way, delivering brilliant customer service and a product that didn't disappoint. The engagement ring was so unique and exquisite..."
From Natalie's Blog
The colour pink is often associated with compassion, love and harmony. Think of pink for little girls and its connotation of ‘sugar and spice and everything nice’. But did you know that there is more…Read More
This month’s birthstone
August is Peridot month!
Welcome August babies (including me!) … Peridot is your birthstone. Found in lava, meteorites and deep in the earth’s mantle, yellow-green peridot is the extreme gem. The Egyptians called it the “gem of the sun”. Large, strongly-coloured peridots can be spectacular, and attractive smaller gems are available for jewellery at all price points. The colour range for peridot is narrow, from a brown-green colour to yellowish green to pure green. Yellowish green is the most common peridot colour seen in jewellery.